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A group internees in Sweden during WWI.

A group internees in Sweden during WWI.
A group internees in Sweden during WWI.
A group internees in Sweden during WWI.
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Internees were commonly suspected criminals, German refugees, left-wing activists. They were imprisoned without trial and without being informed of the accusations made against them. Most of these were foreigners. Wardens were instructed to ensure humane treatment of internees. All internees were forced to wear certain uniform and submit daily routines. A number of British and US servicemen, primarily crew members of the aircraft damaged during bombing missions over Germany, found themselves on Swedish soil, and were interned by the Swedish authorities.

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SizeText 6.6" x 4.8"


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